Friday, 4 November 2011

C4 THE MORNING LINE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5th 7.55am to 8.55am BREEDERS' CUP CHURCHILL DOWNS USA




THE CURTAIN COMES DOWN ON THE 2011 FLAT SEASON IN BRITAIN THIS AFTERNOON

LIVE ON C4 HEARTS WILL BE RACING TODAY AT DONCASTER  (Flat Turf), WINCANTON (Jumps Turf)  SANDOWN PARK
THROUGH THE KEYHOLE THE CLUES ARE THERE, AN INTERESTING AND ENTERTAINING PROGRAM GUIDE WITH PREVIEWS, REVIEWS, KEY CURRENT NEWS, UPDATES, ALL RELEVENT TO THIS AFTERNOONS LIVE ACTION FROM THESE THREE TRACKS.


THE RACING POST SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5th 2011
BREEDERS' CUP DAY ONE RESULTS AND NEWS
http://www.racingpost.com/

Shumoos does Meehan proud as Secret scoots in
(Two year olds) 
http://www.racingpost.com/news/horse-racing/secret-circle-breeders-cup-juvenile-sprint-shumoos-does-meehan-proud/942657/related/


Stephanie's Kitten pounces to win
(Two year old fillies)
http://www.racingpost.com/horses/result_home.sd?race_id=542314&r_date=2011-11-04&popup=yes#results_top_tabs=re_&results_bottom_tabs=ANALYSIS


Please use this link for this weeks horseracing news
http://turfcall2-racingpost.blogspot.com/2011/11/racing-post-saturday-november-5th-2011.html

TODAY’S BIG TALKING POINT

LEE MOTTERSHEAD says it could be a night to remember

MAGNIFICENT END TO A MARVELLOUS SEASON OF THRILLS
“THIS TIME next week our world will be a very different place. All the
marvellous moments of these past few months, will not be forgotten, will be
pushed to one side as minds focus on chasers, on hurdlers and the first great Saturday of the jumps season.

"Winter’s opening showpiece, the Paddy Power Gold Cup, will have our
attention as we succumb to the irresistible thrall of watching drama unfold at the foot of Cleeve Hill.
“But as one iconic venue prepares it’s self for action another is ready for racing
and razzmatazz. Postpone thoughts of Cheltenham and concentrate on a racecourse some 4,000 miles away as Churchill Downs, America’s celebrated
twin spires track, tonight welcomes European superstars GOLDIKOVA and SO YOU THINK for a series of Breeders’ Cup battles that bring down the curtain on an exceptional season Flat season.


C4 HISTORY IN THE MAKING THE NEW LIVE MORNING LINE
HORSERACING TEAM TODAY ARE:
LESLEY GRAHAM HOSTESS BROADCASTER PRESENTER
C4 Racing, Lesley has some interesting websites . ( bloodhorse illiterate)
JIM (Jimbo) McGRATH brings us his form guide, key focus on feature races
today. (bloodhorse illiterate ) http://www.jimmcgrathracing.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Channel_4_Racing


GUEST STAR MARTIN HARLEY FLAT RACE APPRENTICE CHAMPION 2011
(Student handler rider) LEARNING TO BECOME BLOODHORSE LITERATE 
Early Days
In common with many of Ireland’s top riders, Martin Harley is a graduate of the pony racing circuit. A native of Co. Donegal, Harley was apprenticed to Jim Bolger and took his first ride on the racecourse when he was 17-years-old, finishing second in a handicap at Navan on the Bolger-trained Conclave on June 15th 2007. He did not have to wait long to get off the mark, riding the Niall Moran-trained Proud Ruler to success in a handicap at Down Royal on June 24th on just his fifth racecourse ride. Two days later, Harley followed up on the same horse in a similar event at Sligo. In early-August, he continued the fast start to his career, gaining two wins in three days on the Sean Treacy-trained Dane Blue and winning on the Michael Connell-trained Solar Sail at Tralee a fortnight later. Such a fast start very much brought him to the attention of the wider racing public, resulting in him being given a quantity of outside rides that would be the envy of any apprentice. He rewarded that support with a solid finish to the season, riding winners on the Ado McGuinness-trained Distant Piper and the Liam Roche-trained Mr Smiley, giving him a total of seven winners for his first term as an apprentice rider.
http://www.thepja.co.uk/champ_conditional_apprentice.aspx
http://www.goracing.ie/HRI/Whats-On/About-Horse-Racing/Profiles/Jockey-Profiles/Martin-Harley/ 

SIMON HOLT CALLING THE HORSES
Commentator Broadcaster. Bloodhorse illiterate
Simon has continued to cover many important events including the Cheltenham Festival, 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas, St Leger, King George VI Chase and, from 2007, Glorious Goodwood. He also called the Irish Derby once (in 2000 when Sinndar triumphed as RTE used the BBC's Jim McGrath to call the race in the absence of Tony O'Hehir), as well as the 2001 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe when the TV rights briefly transferred from the BBC to Channel 4. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Holt_(commentator)

TOM (The Punters Champion) LEE out on the track at Doncaster this morning, checking out turf condition’s with Clerk of the Course  JOHN PULLIN and bringing us up to the minute on line betting stats, market movers on the gambling front. Going good to soft out on track Town Moor.
Email Tom: racing@channel4.com
http://tips.betting-directory.com/about-tom-lee/


MASSIVE ROLLOVERS!
£165,744 starts in this week's win fund with a huge bonus fund guarantee of £750,000!
A single winner of both funds could scoop £1 million!
Leg 1 Doncaster race  4  2.00 Bonnie Brae
Leg 2 Doncaster race  5  2.35 Mirror Lake
Leg 3 Sandown Park   5  3.00 Pateese
Leg 4 Doncaster race  6  3.10 Zuider Zee
Leg 5 Wincanton race 6 3.20  The Minack
Leg 6 Doncaster race  7  3.40 Sirius Prospect
NO WINNER THIS DAY

DONCASTER FLAT TURF
2.00 Betfred The Bonus King Handicap (Class 2) for 3yo’s up + over 7f winner £12,938
WIN: BONNIE BRAE 4 8-11 partner TED DURCAN handler presenter? trainer David Elsworth for Mrs TA Foreman at 16-1 from DOCOFTHEBAY 1l 16-1
2.35 Betfred Goals Galore E B F ‘Sir Percy’ Gillies Fillies Stakes (Listed Race) (Class 1)  3yo’s up over 1m2f+ winner £17,750
WIN: MIRROR LAKE 4 9-0 partner MARTIN DWYER handler presenter? trainer  Amanda Perrett for K Abdulla 7-1 from PRINCIPAL ROLE 11-4f  nk

FEATURE RACE
3.10 Betfred November Handicap (Class 2)for 3yo’s+ over 1m4f winner £40,462.50
WIN: ZUIDER ZEE  (GER) 4 8-13 partner ROBERT HAVLIN handler presenter? trainer John Gosden for HRH Princess Haya Of Jordan 8-1 from WILLING FOE 11-1  6l

3.40 Betfred 1360 Shops Nationwide Wentworth Stakes (Listed Race) (Class 1)  for 3yo’s + over 6f winner £17,760
WIN: SIRIUS  PROSPECT (USA) 3 9-3 partner SHANE KELLY handler presenter? trainer Dean Ivory for Miss N Yarrow 9-2 from MAYSON nk 12-1


WINCANTON  JUMPS TURF
2.45 Totescoop6 Elite Hurdle (Limited Handicap)  (Grade 2) (Class 1) for 4yo’s + over 2m winner £28,475
WIN: CELESTIAL HALO  (IRE) 7 11-10 partner DARYL JACOB handler presenter? trainer Paul Nicholls for The Stewart Family 85-40  from AINE'S DELIGHT 33-1 

3.20 Badger Ales Trophy (Handicap Chase) (Listed Race) (Class 1) for 4yo’s + over  3m1f+ winner £34,170
WIN: THE MINACK (IRE) 7 11-7 partner DARYL JACOB handler presenter? trainer Paul Nicholls for CGRoach  11-4f from MEANUS DANDY 10.1



PAUSE FOR THOUGHT

THE ALL- PARTY GOVERNMENT MP'S DUE TO MEET UP TO TALK ABOUT THE PRESENT CRISIS IN  HORSERACING WAS CANCELLED THIS WEEK.

THE BRITISH HORSERACING REGULATION AUTHORITY (BHA) HAVE OVER THE LAST MONTH OR SO PUBLISHED TWO DOCUMENTS AS FOLLOWS:
1. BHA WHIP REVIEW
2. BHA GRAND NATIONAL REVIEW
BOTH these BHA document perspectives are geared only 'in theory'.
Where is copy of either of these documents geared 'in practice alive' to enable direction for all those who have achieved bloodhorse literacy,  all those who go out each and every day to work at the dangerous sharp end of British horseracing where all the action takes place? All those who's work in practice keeps horseracing alive and thriving every day of the week, every month of the year? For others to enjoy, but at what cost to their own life and times? There isn't even a working foundation career structure.

All the people who work within the BHA and within government have some very serious questions to answer as to the unbalanced state of British racing  as to how racing is being funded, clearly a very one sided wage structure between those who work in theory and those who work in practice. Therein lies the badly negligent bloodhorse illiterate government upsides the badly negligent bloodhorse illiterate BHA. There appears a surplas of money available to pay Tim Morris and Jamie Stier both bloodhorse illiterate. Put on to carry out key work relating to safety issues facing bloodhorse literate achievers in practice. It is this side of the argument that is being ignored.

Calling into question the legalities involved as shown by the  Europian Court of Justice undoubtably bloodhorse illiterate together with the bloodhorse illiterate bookmaker William Hill  up against a bloodhorse illiterate British horseracing authority. When is this sort of thing going to be sorted out and put right?

The difference between Theory and Practice badly effecting  standards right across  the board blighting the lives of so many including the animals.
The Political Profession
The Legal Profession
The Medical Profession
The Dental Profession
The National Health Service
The Shocking Greed of Bankers baled out by monies earned by people who have very little money, people who work so hard to try to make ends meet even.


HORSERACING A UNIQUE AND REMARKABLE SPORT

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